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Frees vs Freeze vs Frieze


Frees vs Freeze vs Frieze. Dry climates frees roofs from moisture buildup, which can freeze and crack frieze boards. Freeze your writing errors with ErrNET!

Frees is a verb that means to clear of obstructions or obstacles; release from captivity, confinement, or slavery; make available for a particular purpose.

Freeze as a verb is (of a liquid) to be turned into ice or another solid as a result of extreme cold; to store (something) at a very low temperature to preserve it.
Freeze as a noun is an act of holding or being held at a fixed level or in a fixed state; a period of frost or very cold weather.

Frieze is a noun that means any decorative band at the top or beneath the cornice of an interior wall, a piece of furniture, etc.

Frees, freeze and frieze are types of homonyms called heterographs, which are words that are pronounced the same but have different meanings and spellings. These words are easily confused and misused in English writing. Freeze your writing errors with ErrNET copyediting technology!

Frees sentence examples:

This bail bond temporarily frees him from jail.

His recent inheritance frees him of financial hardship.

I hope this agreement frees me from all legal ties to this situation.

This loan frees up funds for development elsewhere.

Freeze sentence examples:

The bank will freeze all of your accounts and credit cards if they suspect any fraudulent activity.

You should freeze the rest of the soup a have it for dinner later this week.

Does anyone know how long it takes to freeze water in the freezer to make ice cubes?

Scientists predict that the earth will suffer another big freeze within the next thousand years.

Frieze sentence examples:

The elaborate wood frieze was hand carved in the Netherlands.

Unfortunately it looks like the movers damaged your chest’s frieze.

The interior decorator suggested that you add a frieze the walls in this room.


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